John James Audubon: Birds on a wire - The Economist

John James Audubon: Birds on a wire

John James Audubon: Birds on a wire - The Economist
John James Audubon: Birds on a wire
Published Aug 07, 2004
745 words — Published Aug 07, 2004
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COUNTLESS journals have told of the beauty and danger of early America's wilderness. Far fewer have included attempts to sketch it. Thank goodness, then, for the perseverance of John James Audubon, the bastard son of a French naval officer,...

  
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